BCB not worried about India tour
7:52 pm, January 08, 2017
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has said it is not worried about the report in Indian daily The Hindu, which said Hyderabad Cricket Association expressed their inability to organize the Test match between Bangladesh and India due to shortage of fund.
Director of BCB and Chairman of BCB’s Media Committee Jalal Yunus said, “We are not worried about that report. The Indian Cricket Control Board did not say anything to us regarding the issue. This is their internal affair. It happened before. We heard about their reluctance to organize match against England. There is no point in paying heed to these reports.”
BCB talked with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Sunday. On that day BCCI website announced a slight change in the schedule of Tigers’ tour in India.
Last year BCCI said the test amtch between Bangladesh and India will start on February 8, but on Sunday it was said that the match will start on February 9.
Jalal Yunus said, “BCCI informed us about the change. WE have no objection regarding it.”
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